Can you dig it with the Bronze Age Bonanza Week at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth at the end of the summer holidays?
The Bronze Age Bonanza Week takes place in Falmouth at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall between August 25 and September 2.
The week is full of great activities and things for kids and families to do during the summer holidays in Cornwall.
Bronze Age Bonanza
25 Aug-2 Sept, 12-3.30pm
Can you dig it? Explore Cornwall and the sea in the Bronze Age: make ancient amulets, Bronze Age bracelets, and prehistoric boat models.
Once upon a time…
27 & 29 Aug, 11.30am 2pm & 3.30pm
From mythical monsters to swashbuckling pirates enjoy a spellbinding selection of stories linked to our themed weeks.
Hands On History
28 Aug, 11.30am, 2pm & 3.30pm
Learn the traditional skill of rope making. Discover the significance of this humble material and its importance to the industrial and maritime history of Cornwall and beyond.
Douglas Dapper’s Prehistoric Frolic
30 Aug, 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm
Every Thursday throughout the school holidays, Douglas Dapper the Story Explorer takes you on a magical treasure hunt to discover an exciting collection of stories from around the world using exhibits and artefacts to inspire your imagination.
Join the Story Explorer on a journey into Cornwall’s prehistoric past.
*All activities FREE with Museum entrance ticket. One creative craft activity each day.
Adult supervision required.